Mika Myazato from Japan makes the top of the leaderboard her property after the first round of the Walmart Arkansas Championship at the Pinnacle Country Club. Her opening round of -6 under par 66, has given her a one shot lead over the field. Mika Myazato / Getty Mika shot a beautiful bogey-free -6 under par 65, she reported that it was her short-game and work around the greens that was her key to scoring low today; " I'm not long hitter, but I'm hitting pretty good the second shot, so I can do that pretty close to the pin. But like yesterday, I working hard on short putt, like 3 feet, 6 feet, 9 feet because I change the putter like Bahamas week. So I use like mallet type and I use now ping type. So real difference, so I need more confidence. So I practice a lot so far yesterday. So much confidence today." Just one shot behind, tied on -5 under par are So Yeon Ryu and Angela Stanford, with rounds of 66 on this par 71 lay-out. Angela said the course was in perfect condition for low scoring today, but thinks it could be different tomorrow; " It seems like the fairways are firm and fast, which is usually good for me, but the greens are still kind of receptive and I thought the pin placements were pretty; what's the word I'm looking for; accessible today. I imagine tomorrow they're going to be tougher." Stacy Lewis. one of ten players on -4 under par and occupying fourth place, said she has to be patient; " You really have to stay patient on the golf course, that's the key, you can shoot a -1 or -2 under and still win the tournament. So you've just got to stay patient, make a few more putts than I did today, but I'm moving in the right direction." The projected cut line is at -1 under par and there quite a few big names below that score at the moment. I expect a lot of movement from these names tomorrow, should be a fascinating days play at the Pinnacle Country Club.